Mill's canons

plural noun \ˈmilz-\
variants: or

Mill's methods

Definition of Mill's canons

  1. :  the five canons of logical induction formulated by J.S.Mill — compare indirect method of difference method of agreement method of concomitant variations method of difference method of residues

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Origin and Etymology of mill's canons

after John Stuart Mill †1873 English philosopher and economist


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